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Mrs

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMrsMrs British English, Mrs. American English /ˈmɪsɪz/ ●●● W2  1 WOMANused before a married woman’s family name to be polite when you are speaking to her, writing to her, or talking about hermiss, Mr Mrs. Smith Mrs Meddeman heads the fundraising committee. Mr and Mrs David SmithSome women prefer to be addressed as Ms because it does not draw attention to whether or not they are married.2 Mrs Tidy/Mrs Efficient/Mrs Nosy etcFrom Longman Business DictionaryMrs.Mrs. /ˈmɪsɪz/ a title used before a married woman’s family name when being politeMrs Bell is out of the office at the moment.Mrs. Hillary Clinton
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